Reviews Solden

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Ski resort ratings

Ski resort ratings for Solden compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 140 reviews.

Overall 76 Skiing 76Skiregion 75
NoviceAdvancedExpertOffpisteSnow-sure
7.4 7.68.2 7.77.8 7.27.1 7.08.1 7.6
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
7.1 7.87.8 7.16.8 7.76.1 7.08.6 7.1
Variety slopesSnowparksCrosscountrySlope preparationSlope orientation
10.0 6.78.0 7.96.0 7.610.0 8.710.0 7.7
RestaurantsSki-in/outAccessEnvironmentFriendliness
10.0 7.710.0 7.48.0 7.38.0 7.58.0 7.5

Glacier Lively and young crowd Lively apres ski Challenging slopes Long slopes Good mountain restaurants Diverse ski area Snow reliability No negative aspects! No proper beginner slopes Crowds and liftlines

6.1 Solden, Tirol

Novice
6
Advanced
7
Expert
6
Offpiste
5
Snow
6
Lifts
8
Family
5
Ambiance
6
Nature
7
Walking
5

Solden spreads along the main valley. This means either a lot of walking or taking a bus to lift stations in the mornings or to find a restaurant at night. There are only 2 proper lifts from the base up the mountain, and you can understand why they are very busy at peak hours. The ski area itself is split into 3 clearly defined sectors. I am an intermediate skier and really enjoyed the variety of slopes - plenty of reds, blues and some blacks too. Busy, narrow blues though. Please note that many piste trails are manufacture and do not have a natural fall line. The Advanced piste trails are generally overrated. Solden is generally a snow sure ski resort but at lower elevation the quality is u

Good mountain restaurants Crowds and liftlines

Review by Gunther Massner from Dresden on Tuesday Aug 28th. Visited Solden in march 2018 as couple

8.1 Solden, Tirol

Novice
7
Advanced
9
Expert
8
Offpiste
9
Snow
8
Lifts
10
Family
7
Ambiance
9
Nature
8
Walking
6

If you want a huge area to ride, vast untracked powdery vistas, modern chairlifts with covers, and frankfurters with every meal, then Solden is the place for you. More strip bars than you ever thought possible in a ski resort. The Slopes are perfect with a something for everyone. The Giggijoch side (red slopes) is a nice place to start your day; also it has a great offpiste between Giggijoch and Gaislach; For the better snowboarding area's go to Gaislach or the Rettenbach gletcher; Gaislach has good red slopes and there are alternitive off piste route to choose from.

Review by Kelsey from Manchester on Sunday Jul 4th. Visited Solden in march 2010 as friends

7.8 Solden, Tirol

Novice
8
Advanced
9
Expert
8
Offpiste
7
Snow
9
Lifts
8
Family
7
Ambiance
9
Nature
7
Walking
6

Solden is a bit overrated in my opinion. It lacks the charm of a skiresort like Saalbach or Kirchberg where you can watch the skiers from downtown. Furthermore the ski area is not well interconnected. Besides the Giggijoch the slopes are a bit narrow. There are some challeging slopes but it does not offer the excitemant of Sankt Anton or Chamonix. It is not really suitable for beginners either. It is basically a medium sized ski area for intermediate ski die hards. It is nice to have the challenging glaciars, the wide slopes on the Giggijoch and some challenging slopes towards the town. The best aspect is the apres ski scene. Las few years it is going downhill 'cos of the Russians.

Review by Kathleen Meyer from Oldambt on Sunday Jan 10th. Visited Solden in june 2010 as friends

7.5 Solden, Tirol

Novice
7
Advanced
8
Expert
8
Offpiste
8
Snow
8
Lifts
9
Family
7
Ambiance
7
Nature
7
Walking
6

Solden love it or hate it. What's to love? Well if you are an experienced skier you will probably love the glaciers and the slopes towards the village. Moreover the slopes are always maintained very well.
On the other hand many people hate the Gigijoch for all the beginners, snowboarders and ski classes. It is always very crowded here, although the lift system is excellent.
The atmosphere has rocked bottom the past few years because of the rude Russians and other East-Europeans. The village in itself is scattered alongside a road a narrow valley. It does not have the charming image as other village in Austria, like Kirchberg, Mayrhofen, Zell am See or Lech.

Challenging slopes Crowds and liftlines

Review by Jelmer from Gouda on Sunday Apr 19th. Visited Solden in april 2009 as single

7.8 Solden, Tirol

Novice
8
Advanced
9
Expert
8
Offpiste
7
Snow
8
Lifts
9
Family
8
Ambiance
8
Nature
7
Walking
6

In terms of skiing, this resort has it all. It is not called the "Big 3" for nothing. You have access to three mountains over 3000m and two of them are glaciers so good snow is guaranteed. For those of you who are perhaps worried about skiing on glaciers, please don't be worried. Contrary to what many people think, the pistes at the top are actually easier than those at the bottom and as long as you stay on the piste we found it to be very safe. The condition of the snow up there is amazing and the runs are mainly blue/red and very long. The three mountains are very well connected, without those annoying little paths between lifts where you end up pushing yourself along. The lifts

Glacier Crowds and liftlines

Review by Uli from Bremen on Sunday Sep 21st. Visited Solden in march 2008 as friends

Neighbouring ski resorts

Obergurgl 11.1 km Pitztaler gletscher 10.4 km Mandarfen 10.4 km Vent im Otztal 13.7 km Niederthai 18 km